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For Sale 4 Deep 6" Fuchs alloys

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2 Fuchs deep 6" x 15" forged alloy wheels with hearts.
dated 6/68 901 361 012 04
( 2 dated 2/69 901361 012 06 SOLD SOLD SOLD )
No repairs or heavy curb damage.
Plenty of patina or ready for restoration
Located in New Jersey
TWO wheels left $1800. OBO plus shipping
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By part number two of your wheels are 5.5x15
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Each wheel has a RAISED cast Porsche triangular symbol followed by raised numerals J 6 x 15
All four.
What part number suggests 5.5" ?
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I think the 68's are 5.5's
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901 361 012 04 is 5.5x15
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5.5" ?

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I think the 68's are 5.5's
One picture is.... The one in the middle is a 6 / 68 6" on either side is a 2 /69 6"

I'll try to post pics showing the part # and width in the same frame

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5.5 " ?

Is it visible ?
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Looks like they may have been given the wrong part number.
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No, the earliest deep-sixes carried the .04 part number. You'll even see some of the early ones with their part numbers ground off. I've had .04 deep sixes and I've seen other sets of them as well. Most of the .04 deep-sixes are dated 6 /68. Perhaps they were made from 5.5 inch castings or they just hadn't produced The .06 part number yet but these wheels are original early deep sixes.

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No, the earliest deep-sixes carried the .04 part number. You'll even see some of the early ones with their part numbers ground off. I've had .04 deep sixes and I've seen other sets of them as well. Most of the .04 deep-sixes are dated 6 /68. Perhaps they were made from 5.5 inch castings or they just hadn't produced The .06 part number yet but these wheels are original early deep sixes.
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Are these wheels deep 6's or 5.5? Are they available? How much? Shipping to 29063?
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Earlier post explains the possibility of wrong part number or using the 5.5 casting. Either way they are most definitely 6 in.
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